They say that beauty is only skin deep. But maybe the picture-perfect and flawless skin is already the half success?
Clear and beautiful skin means being well groomed, and this is one of the main aspects of a person’s beauty. So there tons of information and different beauty solutions from authorized skin specialists to beauty bloggers; and all they are trying to help women to take care of their skin.
We have studied the hacks of women round the world for the most curious and handy home remedies. These hacks are no longer overseas mysteries, so check them too!
Scandinavian women have a tradition of going to banya, a kind of steam room and sauna originated in Russia. Banya includes a heated “relaxation room” and a freezing water shower. The contrast of temperatures stimulates the organs and enhances the body’s resistance to stresses and flu. Moreover the skin feels softer and cleaner.
When an Indian woman wants to get rid of the annoying facial and body hair, she makes pasta of gram flour and water, and then she applies it on the target area. It’s very easy: apply the paste, let it dry, rub it off and enjoy your skin.
Russian women believe that there is no such a thing as costly skincare; they simply create DIY remedies both available and efficient (which work as good as the high priced cosmetic brands). For skin hydration Russians mix one egg yolk with two teaspoons of olive oil, and then use the mask two or three times a week. Very often they massage the skin to prevent wrinkles. They also apply some slices of strawberries for skin nourishment.
Romanian women slightly rub castor oil in the skin around the eyes to lighten the dark circles.
Australian Aboriginal women use yarrow root extract to prevent stretch marks and moisturize the skin.
Women in Israel cover their bodies with mud from The Dead Sea. They also make sea salt scrubs to help cure skin diseases and to get rid of toxins.
Yerba maté is an unusual tea-like drink, which originated in South America, has already gained its world popularity. In Uruguay and Paraguay women use an infusion of yerba maté to both hydrate and exfoliate their skin. Yerba maté is also considered to help keep skin healthy as far as it contains polyphenols, which are antioxidants.
Chinese people of Taiwan make a paste with vinasse, the liquid remained from
the distillation process for rice wine. It is an ancient and time-proved
Chinese secret that fermented rice residue makes the skin smoother and reduces the
appearance of wrinkles.